What is an Air Hostess?
An air hostess is a member of a commercial airplane’s cabin crew who undertakes several pre-flight, in-flight, and post-flight duties to ensure passengers are safe and cared for during a flight.
Air hostesses can work for national and international flights and often need to undergo training that prepares them for their jobs. They typically work for a single airline.
Where Can I Study Air Hostess In South Africa
Here at S. MAB Aviation Training, we provide the highest standards of Flight Attendant training which are in line with the SACAA Regulatory requirements.
All training, assessments, moderations, and remediations are conducted by highly experienced, qualified SACAA-accredited Instructors and Designated Examiners.
How much does it cost to study air hostess in South Africa?
The SAA Cabin Crew Initial Training Course is conducted at R15,200.00, per person, including VAT. The Course Cost includes All training manuals and training materials. All costs associated with theory and practical training and assessments (first attempt)
How long does it take to study air hostesses in South Africa?
Become an Air Hostess or Air Steward
Fulfill your dream of seeing your beautiful country or even the world and take up a career as an Air Hostess or Air Steward. This 8-week course will ensure that you stand apart in this industry and be the best in your field.
How much do international air hostesses earn in South Africa?
The average flight attendant salary in South Africa is R 198 000 per year or R 102 per hour. Entry-level positions start at R 178 200 per year, while most experienced workers make up to R 405 155 per year.
Is it hard to get a flight attendant job in South Africa?
Flight Crew Training
Competition is stiff for flight attendant jobs in South Africa. Although there are no guarantees of employment, aspiring flight attendants may find it advantageous to complete a flight crew training program approved by the South Africa Civil Aviation Authority.
What qualifications do you need to be an air hostess in South Africa?
Air Hostess Training Course Details
- Grade 12 or equivalent / Fluency in English (An English competency test needs to be taken upon registration of the course).
- 18 years old by the time you write your final SA-CAA exam.
- Able to swim and move unaided in water with a life jacket.